Yes, although being a liquid it will expand and break the bottle
No. A frozen food item will have the same mass as when it is thawed.
is it ok to eat food that has been frozen, then thawed then refrozen? this is the question ,not the answer
Normally, frozen vegetables are not thawed first but are cooked from frozen.
Frozen food should be thawed under refrigeration or below 40°F.
No, definitely and absolutely not! It's a recipe for food poisoning.If frozen meat has thawed you can freeze it again AFTERit has been properly cooked. When the cooked meat is thawed, it must not be frozen again. It is just too risky.
After frozen fruit is thawed, it can stay fresh in the fridge for about 3 days. After that it should be thrown out.
How long it will last will depend upon how good it was when frozen and how it was thawed. If it was thawed at room temperature, it should be cooked immediately. If it wasn't fresh when frozen, it should be cooked immediately. If it was very fresh when frozen and was thawed in the fridge, then you should have at least a couple days to cook it.
Thaw = to no longer be frozen Thawed state is the state an object is in when it no longer is frozen. (it might still be cold but should not have any frozen parts, even on the inside)
don't freeze a bottle of champagne.
Food which has been cooked can be frozen, even if it was frozen prior to cooking. BUT Frozen food which has been thawed, but not cooked, should never be re-frozen. Nor should food which was cooked, frozen and thawed.
No, frozen is frozen. But you can refreeze something that has been thawed. You can refreeze thawed meat long as there are still ice crystals on it. Once completely thawed then you need to cook it first then refreeze. This applies to solid pieces only, ground meat once more than half thawed needs to be cooked first then refrozen always.
Ingredients1 (6 Oz.) Can Frozen OrangeJuice Concentrate, Thawed & Undiluted 1 cn (6 Oz.) Frozen LimeadeConcentrate, Thawed & Undiluted 2 (25.4 Oz.) BottlesChampagne Chilled 1 (33.8 Oz.) Bottle LemonLime Sparking Water, Chilled Crushed Ice (Optional) Combine Orange Juice & Limeade Concentrates in A Large Punch Bowl; Stir Until Well Blended. Add Champagne & Sparkling Water, Stirring Well. Serve Punch Over Crushed Ice.
No, because the burgers may have been contaminated with bacterial when thawed. Meat that has been thawed should not be re-frozen, but cooked promptly.
When it is not longer frozen!
I have witnessed with my own eyes certain species of goldfish that came alive after being frozen solid when thawed.
Fish will weigh less after it is thawed because it loses some water when it is thawed.
Yes it can, provided it was not previously frozen and thawed.
Less then 1% of the Earth's waters are drinkable.There is roughly 2.4% fresh water in the whole world and most of it is frozen. So technically 2.4%, but since a majority is completely frozen over, less then 1%.3% is drinkable but 2% is frozen. So 1% is really the answer.
I've done it before and it didnt kill me, so im gonna say yes. Granted it wasnt the best tasting beer I've ever had but still drinkable.
Hamburger should be thawed under refrigeration, not on the counter. Or it can be thawed in the microwave, then immediately cooked. If you are referring to frozen hamburger patties, those can be cooked from frozen without thawing.
If the meat was frozen but now it isn't, I would call it thawed.
it isn't frosty and it is slightly squishy...........and it isn't frozen